Seattle Anti-White Bigotry Must Be Punished

Seattle Anti-White Bigotry Must Be Punished — Seattle held a segregated training session for white employees demeaning them and saying they must work on “undoing your own whiteness”.

This was obviously in violation of the Civil Rights Act, and Constitution. May those responsible be sued to oblivion and may those victimized get rich from reparations for this oppression.

Among the characteristic they said white employees must abandon are perfectionism, individualism, intellectualization, comfort and objectivity.

Guess these bigots are anti-black too. Why do they think people with dark skin can’t be perfectionist, individualistic, intellectual, objective and enjoy comfort?

The great Rev. King said judge people by the content of their character not the color of their skin. These jackasses are spitting in Rev. King’s face just as did the racists he looked in the eye.

There is no such thing as “white people”. There is no such thing as “black people’. There is only people. All people can choose to be good. All people can choose to be evil.

People who have chosen to be sick and evil have taken control of government in Seattle and many other places. Those who can’t see this are blind.

Seattle Anti-White Bigotry Must Be Punished
Seattle Anti-White Bigotry Must Be Punished

7 thoughts on “Seattle Anti-White Bigotry Must Be Punished”

  1. “…they said white employees must abandon are perfectionism, individualism, intellectualization, comfort and objectivity.”
    This makes me think of Thomas Sowell’s “Black Rednecks, White Liberals”.
    Those qualities that the Progressives in Seattle demand white employees abandon, are precisely those qualities that help people succeed in life, regardless of their skin color. Furthermore, those qualities are the opposite of the characteristics of the redneck culture, which black people absorbed from the white people around them.
    In the immediate aftermath of the Civil War, there was a missionary project undertaken, primarily by New Englanders, former abolitionists, who went south and established schools for former slaves. Those schools taught precisely those qualities that the Seattle radicals want whites to abandon. The result of that education was that many blacks who adopted those habits went out into the broader society, and they succeeded. Many became educators in their own right, founding schools, with high standards, to teach more of their black fellow citizens the same successful habits.
    There’s nothing “white” about those habits, they are just good habits to cultivate, if you want to be a productive and successful person.
    But the Left/Progressives don’t like standards.

    1. Thanks!
      I was trying to remember the name of the black high school in the District of Columbia, that Sowell mentions in his book. It was Dunbar High School. In the latter decades of the 19th century and the early decades of the 20th, its students routinely achieved better levels than students in the other schools in the district, and often higher than white students. The school was organized and run according to those same principles of hard work and achievement.
      Sadly, in the 60s, it succumbed to the Great Society liberalism, and it fell to same levels of poor performance as other schools.
      I’m also reminded now of the current story about the KIPP schools, the chain of college-prep whose student body is 95% black and Hispanic. KIPP’s motto has been, “Work hard, be nice.” But the school’s leaders announced the other day that have abandoned that slogan, writing on Twitter: “We are retiring ‘Work hard. Be nice.’ as Kipp’s national slogan; it diminishes the significant effort to dismantle systemic racism, places value on being compliant and submissive, supports the illusion of meritocracy, and does not align with our vision of students being free to create the future they want.”
      This is absolutely incredible, and it shows incredible moral cowardice.
      What is racist, is to hold black students to lower standards than other students.
      I wonder what Benjamin Banneker, George Washington Carver, or Frederick Douglass, would have to say about this.

  2. Bill, nobody could say it any better than you did.

    “There is no such thing as “white people”. There is no such thing as “black people’. There is only people. All people can choose to be good. All people can choose to be evil.”

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